Tag: island destinations
- We’re not close followers of ABC’s The Bachelor, but we can’t help but notice when the show visits an island we know well. If you want to give your honey the full Bachelor experience (or get to know your top three better), here’s a quick guide to all of the episodes' spectacular backdrops. — Zach Stovall
- Confession: we can't get enough of the monkeys in this video. (Just watch.) Even cooler: This one-day road trip film is part of a project for videos that are going into Indonesia's taxis. Worth the ride? We think yes.
- Grand Cayman is one nonstop flight from 14 U.S. cities (think about boarding a plane in Detroit or Philly or Dallas at 7 a.m. and landing here before lunch). All the major cruise lines also stop in Grand Cayman. Pass the tourist kiosks and follow us. This is how we do Cayman.
- After a long flight, five days of exploring and getting muddy in rice paddies, staff photographer, Zach Stovall, found peace and relaxation not only from the spas and resorts, but also from contagious smiles and spirituality of the Balinese people.
- Some people actually do sail off onto the sunset. Take Mark and Liesbet Collaert. The Bay Area couple first sailed away from San Francisco in 2005, but their monohull boat wasn’t right. They set sail again in 2007 aboard their 35-foot catamaran Irie, and have been at sea ever since, visiting more than 100 islands. So we asked them: Which were your favorites? That drew a silence. So we shrunk our question. Here Liesbet ranks their Top 10 Caribbean islands. And yep, they saw most all of ’em.
- The snowy peaks of the Andes are visible, but what's this? Lush rolling hills, a radical new resort and biking in (gasp!) shorts? Welcome to Chiloé, the archipelago Chileans covet most. Islands videographer Jon Whittle shares why from Patagonia's poshest resort, Hotel Refugia.
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- Islands contributor Hart Roberts is big on fishing. But after a stay at Fly Fish Guanaja, he couldn't stop talking about the other offerings that make this private island a nature lover's paradise. From snorkeling to surfing (oh, and the best sunset views), here's why Guanaja is more than just a fishing destination.
- Secret Bay is the place where the jungle meets the sea. Treehouses tucked away in the trees of Dominica take privacy to new heights.
- Islands contributing editor Sarah Greaves-Gabbadon is an all-inclusive princess. Pampering is her beat. She thought she’d seen it all till she checked into the Aruba Marriott & Stellaris Casino’s Tradewinds Club. Here she shares her top 10 reasons why this unique all-inclusive offers alternatives fit for a queen.
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